Paul Rudd is starring in a new Broadway production that's more serious than his usual roles, which include the upcoming film This is 40. Rudd, though, says he's not looking to put his career on a certain path -- he's taking good roles as they come.
With the apparent suicide of Junior Seau, some are beginning to look at possible causes for him to take his own life. Increasingly, they're coming back to his brain, and wondering if all those hits he delivered -- and received -- may have given him a brain disorder that led him to perhaps take his own life.
CBS News correspondent Mike Wallace died this weekend in Connecticut at the age of 93. Wallace was one of the original co-hosts of CBS' "60 Minutes" when it debuted in 1968. He was one of the country's best-known broadcast journalists.
Kerry Washington has stared on the big screen and the small. In her latest role, in ABC's new series Scandal, she plays a character "ripped from the headlines" -- a Washington, D.C., lawyer who fixes problems for VIP clients.
This year's Super Bowl halftime show will be Madonna's first ever — but she's a singer known by probably all ages of NFL fans. With a new album forthcoming, a new movie out this week and younger rivals challenging her pop stardom, this could be Madonna's chance to restate her relevance.
Paula Deen, the celebrity chef known for her love of butter, has announced she has diabetes. Instead of using it as a reason to lighten her cooking, she's becoming a paid spokeswoman for a pharmaceutical company.
Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward and Tony Iommi are getting the band back together. Black Sabbath next year will release a reunion album and expectations are high.
Host of one of iTunes's most successful podcasts talks about his fall from grace and return to fame in the realm of comedy.
Hollywood celebrities are making a splash in Russia — and it's not for their blockbuster movies.
O'Reilly, who recently co-authored a new book on Abraham Lincoln, says the president's assassination set America back a hundred years in race relations.